Accession Number : ADA329107
Title : Nonlethal Concepts: Implications for Air Force Intelligence
Corporate Author : AIR WAR COLL MAXWELL AFB AL
Personal Author(s) : O'Connell, Edward P. ; Dillaplain, John T.
PDF Url : ADA329107
Report Date : 1994
Pagination or Media Count : 13
Abstract : Recently a new class of nonlethal weapons has garnered a considerable amount of interest in defense and law enforcement circles resulting in the increased likelihood of the actual deployment of these new technologies at the operational level. The increased interest in the development of nonlethal means to achieve limited political, economic, and military objectives may require new considerations in how Air Force intelligence goes about its business of supporting the war fighter. Emerging technologies supporting the development of nonlethal weapons are somewhat scattered, with many potential players. However, according to Don Henry, staff specialist in the Office of Tactical Warfare Programs, Under Secretary of Defense, Acquisition and Technology, Preliminary evaluations suggest that the use of non-lethal weapons, in either the more traditional conventional missions or the newer missions as suggested by operations other than war, seems more probable than possible.
Descriptors : *WEAPONS, *NONLETHAL AGENTS, MISSIONS, LAW ENFORCEMENT, AIR INTELLIGENCE.
Subject Categories : Military Intelligence
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE